Strive Center for Autism will be partnering with a local speech and language therapists to provide on-site services at the center. This is a great resource for your child to get these services during their time at the center. Further, our therapist get to view what happens during these sessions and then can reinforce what is learned during the child's ABA sessions.
Occupational therapy promotes skill development and independence in all daily activities. Strive Center for Autism is looking to partner with local occupational therapist so that our clients can receive these services at our center. Please let us know if you are interested in your child receiving OT while also receiving ABA therapy at Strive.
Apart from the child being directly effected by their autism, it's the parents, or guardian, who bear the greatest weight of responsibility. We understand this role and understand many parents are overwhelmed with what to do.
We're here to help your child, but know you could use some support as well. Let us work with you. We meet with families weekly to discuss the progress of their child as well as offer training for the parents and caregivers in strategies they can use at home and beyond.